For individual investors and large companies, farmers, sawmills, fruit-farmers, palm and olive growers, furniture and floor panels manufacturers as well as for all those who need to dispose of waste originating from agriculture or forestry, we offer a technological line for briquette and pellet production. As oppose to competing solutions, our technology is versatile and enables the processing of practically every type of biomass available in the world, both into briquettes with a diameter of 50 to 70 mm and into large pellets with a diameter of 20 to 22 mm.
The most important part of the technological line for briquette and pellet production is the briquette press type BT-60. It enables the production of briquettes without additional binders, with different diameters (50, 60 and 70 mm) and length (25-800 mm), as well as pellets with a diameter of 7 to 22 mm. In addition, thanks to our technology, it is possible to manufacture briquettes not only from cereal straw, but also from sunflower, peat, lignin, rapeseed, maize and soya straw, hay, grass, sawdust, chips, energy plants (e.g. miscanthus), rice husk, lignite and charcoal, soot from the pyrolysis of tyres, cardboard, waste paper, dry waste from fruit and vegetable processing industry etc. Our technology is competitive thanks to the lowest purchase costs in relation to its productivity and operation of machinery.
Avantages of the solution:
- A multi-task line – one briquette press enables the production of both briquettes of different diameters and pellets
- Versatility – the capacity to process practically every type of waste of forest or vegetal origin
- High-efficiency production of fuel oil from biomass (e.g. 500-750 kg/h from sawdust, 350-500 kg/h from cereal straw, 500-700 kg/h from rapeseed straw, 500-700 kg/h from soya straw, 500-550 kg/h from hay, 600-700 kg/h from lignin, 500-700 kg/h from cardboard /waste paper)
- The lowest ratio between the price of the line and the production of 1 tonne of a final product
At present, our technology is applied in many European countries (Belgium, Belarus, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Spain, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Latvia, Moldavia, Germany, Russia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Ukraine, Hungary, Italy) as well as in Japan.